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Why You Should Drink House Beer

The simple pleasure of all-occassion brews As a college freshman, I remember there being no more beautiful a sight than a dorm refrigerator bursting with illicitly bought Natural Ice, stacks of identical cans beckoning my bad decisions. It was my freshman year house beer, the unwavering constant for all my wavering and falling. Show More Summary

Yelp Is Using Artificial Intelligence to Help You Find Dinner

Here's how Warning: The robots that power ever-popular review platform Yelp are becoming sentient. Okay, not really, but as Fast Company reports, the company is using artificial intelligence to better serve its millions of users. For...Show More Summary

Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette Look Globally at Their New Boston Restaurant

They won't be restricted by one cuisine. The dynamic duo of Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette is back with their latest venture. The partners behind a few acclaimed Boston and New York restaurants officially opened Little Donkey in Beantown's Central Square Monday evening, making a departure from serving a single style of cuisine. Show More Summary

Watch: All the Food Shows Nominated for Emmy Awards This Year

Feast your eyes on these clips The nominations for the 68th Emmy Awards are in, and several representatives from the food world made the cut. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, which airs on CNN, was the big winner on Emmy noms day. In...Show More Summary

Book Deals: A Coloring Cookbook, Traveling with Rene Redzepi, and More

The lowdown on three upcoming books From a narrative inspired by far-flung travels to a much more grown-up and delicious-sounding coloring book, there are plenty of culinary-inspired new reads to expect in the near future. Below, a roundup...Show More Summary

Restaurant's Ill-Advised 'Black Olives Matter' Sign Sparks Controversy

Some patrons loved it, however A restaurant in Albuquerque, New Mexico has come under fire for a sign advertising its latest special: ahi tuna with tapenade. In what was meant as a play on the Black Lives Matter movement, Paisano's hung...Show More Summary

Watch: New Noma Documentary Follows René Redzepi and Team to Tokyo

'Ants on a Shrimp' chronicles the Copenhagen restaurant's 2015 pop-up in Japan Ants On A Shrimp (Official Trailer) from Pelle Asselbergs on Vimeo.

'Gene-Edited' Foods Wouldn't Be Affected by GMO Labeling Law

But consumers want transparency Though the U.S. is poised to pass a law that would require labeling of GMO food products, that law makes no mention of "gene-edited" crops. According to some reports, this is exactly how big companies like Monsanto plan to skirt the law. Bloomberg reports "industry giants like Monsanto Co., DuPont and Dow Chemical Co. Show More Summary

The 13 Hottest Restaurants in Buenos Aires Right Now

Classic and international trends are buzzing in Argentina Here now, for the first time ever, Eater heads to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to discover the buzziest spots for eating and drinking. Guiding us on our journey is writer and Pick Up the Fork founder Allie Lazar, who takes it away below: Beef will never go out of style in Buenos Aires. Show More Summary

Starbucks to Ban Porn; Alain Ducasse Talks Michelin Stars

Five things to know today It's Monday, and today the Republican National Convention kicks off in Cleveland. Where will presumptive nominee Donald Trump dine while he's in town? He's apparently banned from eating at any of chef Michael Symon's restaurants, so sadly he won't be feasting on any Cleveland-style barbecue. Show More Summary

This Spicy Tequila and Watermelon Fresca Is the Essence of Summer

Welcome to A Drink You Can Actually Make, Eater's first ever recipe series dedicated to simple cocktails from new bars across the country. Charleston, South Carolina's newest smoked meat market is Lewis Barbecue, an operation by chef...Show More Summary

Starbucks Fans Urge Company to Cut Ties With Donald Trump

Customers are pledging to buy nearly $70,000 in gift cards if the coffee giant abides The Republican National Convention kicks off today in Cleveland, meaning the walking, talking bottle of self-tanner known as Donald Trump is goingShow More Summary

Taco Bell Worker Fired for Refusing to Serve Cops

The franchise owner personally apologized to the police A fast food employee in Alabama was fired after refusing to serve police officers over the weekend. According to WTVM, the alleged incident occurred Saturday night at a Taco Bell...Show More Summary

Tracking Food Fraud From the Market to the Plate

A guide to the big crime busts, foods to look out for, and how to avoid the fakes If you've ever ordered Kobe beef in the U.S., it probably wasn't the real thing — but for the first time ever, a new rule could put restaurants falsely claiming to serve the world's most prized meat in the hot seat. Show More Summary

Mike Pence’s Dinner at Chili’s Provokes the Wrath of Twitter

Thousands of restaurants in New York and he had to pick a chain The man tapped to ride in the Donald Trump campaign sidecar this election didn’t earn any points with food loving New Yorkers on Twitter this weekend. Mike Pence was in New York for a two-day trip during which Trump named Pence his vice presidential running mate. Show More Summary

Everything You Need to Know About Geoducks

All about this Pacific Northwest treasure From microscopic plankton to intimidating, deep sea lantern fish, the creatures that live in the ocean are as varied and unfamiliar as if they lived on another planet. Among these strange looking alien creatures, the geoduck of the Northwest Coastal U.S. Show More Summary

Pho’s Fascinating History, Honeybee Haters, and More Long Reads

Worthy weekend reading material What’s the meaning behind food? Depending on the person that meaning might change. Take for instance writer Andrea Nguyen, author of one of this week’s long reads: Nguyen traces the history of pho — a "flirty mistress of soup" that she associates with the "simplicity" of Northern Vietnam. Show More Summary

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